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Money Lures Archer King Foefcefs $16,000 By RON' SPEEtl Associated Press SpoHs Writer PENSACOLA, Fla. (APi Lanky George Archer fays lie would like to cut down on his golfing trips. But he admits he hates to stay home and miss out ofl all that money offered on the pro lour. "I should lake a week off after every four or five tournaments." the new champion of the Pensacola Open said after his closing 63 gave him a $16.000 payoff Monday. "But when I sit around home for a couple of weeks I get to thinking about the money I'm not making.' 1 Archer almost passed up the Pensacola tournament, but his wife, Donna, talked him into playing. "I had a premonition that he might win." said Mrs. Archer. "Beside, we had flown to Florida and I didn't want us to fly back after just one tournament." Archer almost dropped out in the first round when he became sick to his stomach while playing. but he shot 66 and decide'd to keep going. He added rounds of 68 and fin before his closing burst gave him the title with a 72-hole total of 2fi8. 20 strokes under par and the lowest total on the tour this year. The 6-foot-6 cowboy from Gilroy, Calif., won the championship with a blazing finish which he needed to edge veteran Dave Marr and yoiing Tony Jacklin of Britain by a shot. Archer, who trailed both of the other contenders most of the round, shot in front with a closing siring of birdies. He sank birdie putts of five, eight and five feet on the last three holes. fufesday, March 26, 1968 SftOWNWOOb Baltimore Hurlers Shutout Skein Birds Bring Back Memories of '66 By MIKE REGHT Ai»oci«t«d Prill Sport* WHttr It's only baseball spring training, but. Baltimore pitchers are bringing back 1966 memories, erasing 1967 nightmares and raising 1968 hopes. Oriole hurlcrs extended their shutout siring to 23 innings Monday before the Chicago While Sox scored once, not enough as Baltimore beat the Sox 2-1 for its fourth straight victory. S Brownwood Bulletin PORTS Lions Set Pace ln4AAATrack BACK IN PADS—AII.Lone Star Conference fullback Billy Ingram was back in pads again Monday when Howard Payne opened spring foot- ball drills. That's tackle Terry Brewster, transfer from Texas A&M, helping Ingram with his pads. Tom Phoebus, following a pair of two-hit shutouts, had Chicago blanked for four innings before Ken Berry hom- rcst of the way. and two errors by Chicago pitcher Gary Peters on a sacrifice hunt set up Mark Bclangcr's winning sacrifice fly cred (or a l-l tic. But Phoebus,! in the seventh, rookie Roger Nelson and Brad' Phoebus. Stu Dillman stopped the Sox the Howard Payne Gridders Work in Pads Miller, who, pitched one shutout inning Friday, and Eddie Wall arc the only pitchers involved in the, whitewash string thai remain i ; from the 1066 staff that, pitched i j Baltimore lo Ihe pennant and I world series championship. "We plan." said Howard Howard Payne College football coach Joe James, "to take full advantage of the weather and get our spring drills underway in full swing." C o a c h James, himself a former Yellow Jacket performer, said that the 1 Paynemcn will work out Wednesday and Friday afternoons and Saturday morning. Some 53 athletes are taking part in the drills which must be finished in 3(5 ca'cndar days according to Lone Star Confer- ence rules. The Jackets worked otif in full pads yesterday, and that was to be the order of the day for Tuesday's session. Assisting James with the drills arc Herman Moore, James Cameron and David Noble. Only the usual bruises cropped up after Monday's session. James returns 18 lettermen olf the 1967 Yellow Jacket 11 I li a t posted a 7-3 season record, the b e s t in recent vcars at the school. Noble, the new Jacket Intck coach, and several of (lie footballers will be d i v i ding time between the cinder sport and football throughout spring training. Several gridcrs arc key hands on the Jacket track team which resumes its svlicd- ulc Saturday al the North Texas Re'ays in Denton. The six- team field will be composed of HPC. North Texas, Stephen F. Austin, Texas A&I, Oklahoma Baptist and Oklahoma Christian. Goldth waite Cager Third Team Pick By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nathan Ray of state champion Aspermont climaxed an outstanding high school athletic career today by being named to the Class A all-state basketball team. He is joined by Lance Morris of Crosby ton, Clarence Dawson of Cayuga, Harry Hughes West Sabine and'Johnny Ray Watson of Lorenzo on the first team selected by the Texas Sportswriters Association. All are seniors. The 6-foot-6 Walson, tallest player selected on the three teams, was the top scorer on the first unit, averaging 27 points and 14 rebounds a game. Dragon Relays Seeking Teams The Dragon Relays at Bangs, washed out last week •by heavy rains, will go under the wire Saturday in Memorial Stadium. Teams in classes B, A and AA interested in entering the meet can contact Coach Bonnie Fowlkes by calling 752-2571. The meet will have two divisions, one for Classes B and A and another for Class AA. Among.the early entries are Bangs, Robert Lee, Cross Plains, Rising Star, Haskell and San Saba. He had a single game high of 47 noints. Hughes, 6-4, who led West Sabine to 33 victories in 36 games, was the leading vote getter in Class A. He averaged 20 points and 15 rebounds per game. He was second team all-stale a year ago. of { Aspermont's Ray was also an outstanding football nlayer. The G-3 Ray averaged 18 points a j game and 13 rebounds. Morris, at 6-2 the shortest honoree on the first team, made second team all-state last year. ; The 0-3 Dawson paced Cayuga with an j age. I Two juniors broke into the j otherwise all-senior second and I third teams. They are Joe Col! bert of Paducah and Morris Fri- i die of Magnolia, I Second team — Lloyd Dean ; Clark, 5-8. Honey.Grove; Calvin : Smith. 6-1. Plains; Joe Colbert, i 6-3, Paducah; John Cline, 6-5, • While Oak; Mike Hawpe, 6-3, i White Deer. 1 Third team — Mike Vincent, 5-10, Stratford; Robert Loving, i 5-10, Eagle Lake; Mike Conradt, : 6-3, Goldthwaite; J. D. Lamb, ,6-2, Aito; Morris Fridie, 6-0, ; Magnolia. Hawpe.was selected as a blue each scaled 12-0 in the pole vault C II E S T E U VAKNELL of Hirschi leads the discus with a l4fi-!)4 sail and teammate Joe Bel la r has achieved 22-1'i in the long jump. The Huskies' Andy Baker dipped lo a 2:04.1 In the RRO at Wralherford last week (n gr.ib the lead in that event. Btirk's Ncveiis owns a 2:02.R. The fourth Hirschi I e a d r r is Dwight. Johnson (51.7) in the 440-yard dash. Defending champion David offer a mighty challenge to the Tnlivcr of Breckenridge has a Marks through the first month of the 19(i8 track campaign show Coach Ken West's Brownwood Lions slight favorites lo successfully defend their District 4-AAA title when loop members gather in Vernon April 6. The Lions lead follow district members in four event.', and share HIP. top spot in three o I h e r s. Wichita Falls also cvonls. Graham During last year's disappoint- , leads in four ing sixth place finish when sore isn't listed as an event leader; arms and injuries hampered the.: but Ihe. Steers an; expected to Ihe Orioles came up 22.fi clocking to lead the 220- FALLS Wash- yard dash. -MO YARD RELAY - GraMm 43.7. Rrownwood 43.7, Burknurnntl 44.0, Wash- MILE RELAY - Rrownwood 3:30.4, Hirschi 3.31 S, Rreckenrlrjqi! .1 3J.1. 100-YARD DASH — David Wallace, Brrwnw<xxi 10.0, Ch/i'lei Hlckj, Burk- burncll 10.1, Ronnie Robortjan, f>r,iham the high hurdles (15.0). But! still on the sidelines is Herb Bennett, the 9.5 sprinter who i ) W I C H I T A inglon continues to be the; loop's mystery team. The Leo- \ pards lead with Roosevelt Manning in Ihe shot put i (51-11'.i) and Ervin Garnett in l03. Tim Thorns'., Bro'vrtwxxl 10. J, Clifton Sheppard. Washington to V 570YARD DASH— David Toliv'r. Brftk- rnridsn 52.4, Johnny Kno». Graham J3.0, T|m Thornis. Brownwood >!.' .MO-YARD QASH—Owiant Jn>irtson, Hlr. scl'l SI.?. Mlkt Dunn, V«rnon 52.3, Dtvld Tollvcr, Rreck, 5J..V 880-YARD RUN — B»l<*r, Hlrtchl, 7 04.1, DO//OS Grabs 2-0 Playoff Lead With Wild 115-97 Win By By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It took the police to get Houston Coach Slater Martin off the floor, but the referees weren't impressed. Near the end of Dallas' 115-97 victory over Houston in the American Basketball Association's Western Division playoffs Monday night. Martin became THE ASSOCIATED PRESS enraged al a shoving bailie be- points for the victorious Pipers, who took an early lead and never lost it. Roger Brown led Indi-1 back, ana with 32 points. Exhibition Baseball hurlcrs, the Orioles came with many new faces. They in- \ Lions, elude Nelson, Dillman, Jim Hardin, Gene Brabendcr, John O'Donoghue and Pelc Hichcrl, the oilier weekend shutout pitchers. At the same time Detroit's pennant hopes suffered a blow when slugging Willie 1 lotion bruised a shoulder tendon in a 5-1 loss to Atlanta as Tilo Fran- 1 is expected to be on hand for cona homered and later scored i ihc district carnivals. the winning run. i Brownwood leads in Ihe 100-' Norton iniurpd whilp nnkinc i mm ; m ; lKJU .. , l , " ,., ' ! Nevens, Burnburncit M»«, iron Taylor, 1101 ion, mjuieu wnuc making, vnr( j j.,^ WI ||, U; 1V |rj Wallace . vemon 2:0*4, Garcia, cniidret, ;.M.«, a tumbling calch in left field, isj- (]0 .o). mile relay wilh a mod- expected lo be out a week as m-j esl 3;30i0i , hc mi)e wllll chnrles juries thai kepi him oul of about | Burrls ,4.44,2, and t |, e i lig b 50 games lasl year continued toj jump wlth Lane Bowen lf) . 2 ,. The Lions share the sprint relay lead wilh Graham at 43.7. Burkburnelt owns a 44.0 and 44.5 without Bennett. Brownwcod's Jack Alley and Graham's Glen Mc-!«".b'."Ai«n"wiii»t. Burin>urnett_«.o. Nail have clipped off a 40.8 in Ihc intermediate hurdles to share the lead in lhat event and the Lions' Dal Mills and Jimmy Stewart have NBA Playoffs SEMIFINALS Monday's Results Eastern Division Detroit 126, Boston 116, of-7 series tied 1-1. Western Division Los Angeles 111, Chicago 106, 18-point-a-game aver- L °s Angeles leads best-ol-7 se- jries 20. Today's Game Western Division tween Jerry Pettway of the; Mavericks and John Beaslcy of| Dallas. ! Dallas already was way j ahead, but Martin look up the | defense of Pettway and in the j course .of things grabbed referee ] nings Andy Hershock and turned him! St. Louis 7, around. innings Police were called to eject! Martin, but no foul was called I either on Martin's action or the plague him. California losl pitcher Jim McGlothlin in Ihe second inning with a muscle spasm in his,... .. bul Chuck Minion's ball Washington powered the Angels to a 9-3 victory over San Francisco. Hinton drove in six runs with three hils. Houston had its eighl-game winning streak snapped when. Philadelphia broke a 2-2 lie wilh j Steers' eight runs in the last three in-j nings for an 8-2 triumph as: St. Louis and Minnesota won a Grant Jackson and rookie Larry j pair of extra inning games, The Collon combined on a three-hit-1 Cardinals nudged Cincinnati 7-6 ter. | on Floyd Wicker's winning hit in Rich Nye, the Chicago Cubs' j the 10th after the Cardinals tied 3, 12 in I pitching discovery in their 19(57 \ in (he ninth on Orlando Cepe- j surprise finish, held Cleveland | da's two-run homer. Cincinnati 6, 10 i to six hils and no walks in eighlj Bob Allison's fourth hit drove innings in a 7-2 victory. j in Ihe winning run in the 12th Joe Rudi bounced a hit over! for the Twins and beat Boston shortstop Gene Alley's head in! 4-3. Sertrwrrv, Graham J.OM, Bruce Brownwood 3:08 MILK RUM—Ch/irlM 9u--rl», Brownwood 4:44.2, Robinson, Burkburn«H, 4'4J.l Mike Dabney, Breckenrldg* 4:47.?, L*nc§ Smith. Vernon 4:54..5 HIGH HURDLES-Frvln Garnett, vV«Vl- Inalon IJ.O. Glen McN«ll. nraham 111, Lane Bowen, Brownwood 15.1. Ronnl* Robertson, Graham 15.3, Al«n Wlllet, Burkburnelt 15.4. 330-YARD INTERMEDIATE HURDLES —lack Alley, BrownwwxJ 40.1, Glen Me- Matt, Graham 408, Garonimo Laqunai Vernon 41.1, Dan Helton, Brownwood By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Results Atlanta 5, Detroit 1 Los Angeles 4, New York, A, 1 Oakland 4, Pittsburgh 3 Minnesota 4, Boston POLE VAULT—Dal Mills, Brownwocd 120. Jimmy Stewart, Graham 120, James Lilev Vernon 11-*. HIGH JUMP-Lane Bowen. Brown. wood 62, Ervin Garnett, Washington VO, Mikf Dejn, Vernon J-IO, Perry Young, Brownwood 5-8, Evans, Burkburnett i-8. LONG JUMP--Joe Btllar, Hirschi 321';, Mike Blevlns, Graham 21-1, Erie Duncun, Graham 30-4'j. David Tollver, Breckenrldge 20-4. SHOT PU T—Roosevelt Manning, Washington 51-11'7, Richard Bedford, Hlrjchl 50^'fl, Lane Bowen Brownwood 50-J''i. DISCUS-Chi-ster Varnell Hirschi 141«'•!, Roosevelt Manning, Washington, 145- 3i Monlo Jackson, Hirschi 142-7^«, L»n» Bowen, Brownwood 141-7, St. Louis at San Francisco,! sh ? vi "^ incident thai started it. In the Lastern Divjsion playoffs of the ABA Monday. Pittsburgh took a 1-0 lead in the best-of-5 semifinal series, beal' ing Indiana 146-127. In the National Basketball Association, Detroil beat Boston 126-116 and Los Angeles defeated Chicago 111-106, Dallas took a 2-0 lead in the bestof-7 series tied 1-1. ABA Playoffs SEMIFINALS Monday's Results Western Division Dallas 115, Houston 97, Dallas leads best-of-5 series 2-0. Eastern Dvision . Pittsburgh 146, Indiana 127, Pittsburgh leads best-of-5 series 1-0. Today's Games Western Division Houston at Dallas Denver al New Orleans, Philadelphia 10, Houston 2 Ballimore 2, Chicago, A, 1 Chicago, N, 7, Cleveland 2 California 9, San Francisco 3 Washington 2, New York, N, 0| Monday's Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SECAUCUS, N.J. - Luke Erthe seventh inning and Oakland 1 In the only night game, Mike;vin, ISl'/i, Bayonne, N.J., out- beal Pittsburgh 4-3. j Epstein homered and Jim! pointed Angel Rivera, 132, Puer Bob Bailey used more power j Miles, Steve Jones and Casey Wednesday's Games Allanta vs. Houston at Palm Beach, Fla. Cincinnati vs. New York, N, at St. Petersburg, Fla., night Los Angeles vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, Fla. St. Louis vs. Chicago, A, at Sarasota, F'la. j Chicago, N, vs. San Francisco j to pull Los Angeles past the Cox combined for a five-hitter West'N CW York Yankees 4-1 as he as Washington bottled the New | slugged a triple and a homer, i York Mets 2-0. to Rico, 8. PORTLAND, Ore. -Frank Niblet, 175, Oakland, stopped Jess Bolen, 171, Los Angeles, 7. 1st! chip football player by South- i game of best-of-5 series. h.'.st-of-5 Western Division semifinals playoffs as Charles Beas- i al ScoUsdalc, Ari/. ley scored 27 points. Willie Som- • Boston vs. New York, A, erset scored 40 in the AJaver- Fort Lauderdale, Fla. icks' losing cause. ; Minnesota vs. Baltimore Connie Hawkins scored 381 Orlando, Fla. at Houston Ace to Skip Games HOUSTON (AP)-Elvin Hayes lion rights for Hayes although' Hayes made his decision not to says he will not compete for a; the ABA draft will not be until i participate in the Olympic trials spot on .the Olympic basketball! April 8. upon returning Sunday from Los west Conference coaches after; past season. A linebacker, he i Eastern Division Minnesota at Kentucky, Minnas signed a letler of inlenl with j nesota leads best-of-5 series 1-0. Oklahoma. Pittsburgh at Indiana Pistons Pull Even .• DeBusschere Makes Big Play • By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, ers took a 2-0 lead with an 111- j ond straight victory in the best- Dave DeBusschere's big play —which almost backfired—ignited a Detroit last-ditch drive Monday that gave the Pistons an even break in their National Basketball Association, playoff with the Boston Celtics. DeBusschere. who scored 23 106 victory over Chicago. • Dallas topped Houston H5-9? and Pittsburgh blasted Indiana 146-127 in American Basketball Association playoff contests. Dave Bing topped Detroit with 24 points and five other Pistons were in double figures. Sam points in the 126-116 Pistons' vie- Jones led the Celtics with 18 tory, made his move with 2:46 points and three Boston players, of-7 series. A free throw by Elgin Baylor and a Clark layup broke the 100*100 tie and Clark added two free throws with 11 seconds left. .Chicago's Flynn Robinson with 32 points and Keith Erickson with IBled the late Bull rally. Baylor finished with 26 points and 16 rebounds and to play and Detroit leading 114- including player-Coach Bill Rus- j clark tiad 15 po i nts 112. H,e stole an errant Boston pass and drove in ail alone toward, the basket and dunked the bajl—and missed. Teammate Eddie Miles, though, racing down court. snared the rebound and dropped U in for a 116-112 Piston edge. Detroit ontscore<J the Celtics 8-4 the rest of the way to tie the hest-ofr? Eastern Division series a,t one game apiece. In Western Division playoff Angeles, the UK- sell fouled out. The others were Tom Sanders and Bailey Howell. ! The third game of the series will be played in Boston Wednesday night. The Lakers, who led, all the way until a furious Bull surge Ud the score at lOOna!! with 3:33 to play, got clutch baskets from Jerry West and Archie Clark to gain the triumph. West, who finished, with a game-high 35 points, got a three-point play to put the Lak; ers up 10&-104 and, ice weir see- The third game in the series shifts to Chicago Wednesday closer bul we took a couple of bad shots toward the end. Overall we're playing betler." Tonight's playoff action has only one game, St. Louis at San Francisco, in the best-of-7 Western Division series, which is tied at l-l. Wednesday New York plays at Philadelphia in the East. JEacb club has won one game, team because he needs money i Hayes says he favors the NBA Angeles where the top ranked at 1 and he needs to work on his. and for the first time has set Cougars had their 31-0 record ! game to "make a pro team.": a definite price lag on himself, spoiled in losses lo UCLA and — j He said it was his own deci-iHe sajd lie will ask for $300,000 Ohio State in the NCAA semi- jsion and thai he had nol been over three years. ; finals and third place games. contacted by anyone who had "All my life I have wanted' '* nce( ^ " K> mone y 'hat a pro proposed that Negro athletes . , flea inst th P h^t " HP' contract woulcl brin g me and [ boycott the Olympics. i . P » , , , . ; need it pretty fast," he said. * l In ° rcier to P 1 ^ «8™»l' "It's nol color or anything like that," said Hayes, college bas ketball's player of the year. "It's: NBA my own decision. I only hope' the public can understand my problem." Meanwhile, two professional teams have announced they will try to sign the Houston Cougar star who is college basketball's second highest scorer in history. The San Diego Rockets won the coin toss Monday for the first draft choice in the National Basketball Association and immediately announced they would try to sign the 6-8 star. The Houston Mavericks of the American Basketball League also say they have the negotia- t tlle t)est J want '-i have a wife and a child to go into the support and basketball is tne way I can support them best." PICK-UP, PANEL and CAMPER TRUCK OWNERS! ANY SIZE LISTED SAME LOW PRICE GOODYEAR RIB "HI-MILER" Strong and tough to taka truck work in stride PRESCRIPTION VJSIT OITR FOUNTAIN AND SNACK BAR GIFTS an<f COSftJETICS FOR EYERV OCCASION PALACE DRUG CO- \\WKF. 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